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  1. cxxGöser et al. Cardiac troponin I but not cardiac troponin T induces severe autoimmune inflammation in myocardium. Circulation 2006; 114 : 1693-1702.

  1. cxxiAlan HB et al. Cardiac troponin : friend of the cardiac physician, foe to the cardiac patient? Circulation 2006; 114 : 1673-1675.



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